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V8+ Sandro Prosecco Extra Dry DOC

10.10

This sparkling wine has excellent freshness and drinkability which come to life from 100% Glera grapes. Sparkling with the Martinotti method, this Prosecco
DOC is the perfect companion for an aperitif with friends

TASTE

Colour: It has a straw yellow color with light greenish notes. In the glass it forms a dense and minute crown of froth, which feeds on small bubbles for a long time.

Bouquet: The nose smells of acacia flowers, peach and pear.

Palate: When tasted, it is easy and pleasant to drink, initially fresh and soft on the palate, it leaves room for fruity scents and a pleasant flavor in the finish.

PAIRING

Aperitif and Russian blinis filled with the best of dairy tradition. Treviso Casatella, Robiola d’Alba, Crescenza paired with fruit and wild salmon.

PRODUCTION AREA
The terroir is a moderately deep and alkaline silt-clay soil, typical and characteristic of the Venetian plain. It rests on an ancient layer – a paleosol – called “caranto”. The climate is generally temperate and humid thanks to the proximity of the sea, but there are strong temperature shifts due to the alternation of cool (Bora) and hot-humid (Scirocco) winds.

WINE-MAKING
After the harvest, the grapes are pressed and subjected to soft pressing with pneumatic presses and a quick separation of the must from the skins follows. Fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature (15-16° C). The wine is then placed in steel autoclaves where the sparkling process takes place with the Martinotti method. Minimum 30 days of fermentation.

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Additional information

Additional information

Brand

V8+

Country

Italy

Region

Veneto

Grapes

Glera

Red or White

Sparkling Wine, White

Ageing

1-2 years

Food to be paired with

Aperitif and Russian blinis filled with the best of dairy tradition. Treviso Casatella, Robiola d’Alba, Crescenza paired with fruit and wild salmon.

Serving temperature

6°- 8° C

Alcohol Content

11.0%

Bottle Size

75cl

Biological

Non-Bio